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 My state doesn't require Oaths
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Angela V

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Posted - 06/30/2018 :  12:09:10 PM  Show Profile  Visit Angela V's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is so true, and I've had clients who have said they've never had to do that before with other notaries!

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Posted - 06/30/2018 :  10:17:18 AM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have heard this phrase so many times and so has Carmen. Every time a Notary says, "My state doesn't require Oaths" we look it up in their state notary handbook online and tell them what page it says that Oaths are described as an official notary act or practice in their state.

If you sign a statement saying, "Subscribed and SWORN to before me by (name of individual)" and you omit an Oath, you have just committed fraud or perhaps perjury which is punishable by up to five years jail time per Federal law.

99% of refinances have Affidavits that have Jurats which have Oaths. So if you say, "I don't do Oaths, I only do loan signings" then guess what -- you do Oaths, but without the Oath -- kind of like a hamburger without the meat. It is a crime not to do an Oath when you claimed in writing that you did. So, read up on this topic please.

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